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city toward woodbridge. then here route 644 to the beltway but at least your lanes are open. i'll be back with more at 6:11. >> thank you, monika. >>> americans in the middle east and north africa are bracing for another round of protests today. it follows those deadly attacks in libya on tuesday. >> there are already protests going on this morning in egypt. if you look at your screen, you're going to see a live look from cairo. things have stayed mostly under control, at least so far. kristin fisher is live outside the state department with more on the investigation into what happened in libya. good morning, kristin. >> reporter: good morning. the big news this morning is libyan authorities say they have actually arrested four men in connection with the attack that killed our u.s. ambassador to libya and three other americans. also u.s. officials are now saying that they do believe that was a coordinated attack likely led by a terrorist group with links to al qaeda. as f.b.i. agents and other investigators continue to sift through all of the evidence, evidence is mounting that
the reset. the next big chance to do it may not come until >> people wind up in woodbridge to get tickets to see president obama. the president will be making a stop in woodbridge on friday. he will talk about his economic plan and building up a strong middle-class. he has focused on battleground virginia, along with ohio and florida. mitt romney's running mate paul ryan also in virginia. he will speak at christopher newport university tonight. and visit a factory in danville. he has made several stops in the commonwealth since becoming the choice of vice president for mitt romney. joe biden spent another day campaigning in iowa, another battleground state. he went out to the -- and made two stops in the hawkeye state yesterday. president obama did when i was in 2008. following a developing story out of afghanistan, and massive car bomb kills people near the airport. a car filled with explosives ran into another vehicle. -- the coalition says it is because of heightened threats due to the video sparking outrage around the world. killed 10 people during a three-week crime spree in 2002. t
in woodbridge, virginia. and the title is "no woman, no cry." karen dennis is here to talk about it. the walk really is to memorialize a very special woman, 38-year-old jenny baits. tell me about -- bates. tell me about her. >> jenny was murdered by her estranged husband in september 2010. she had endured several years of domestic violence and separated and was trying to move on with her life but sadly she was murdered and left behind two children. >> she was a friend of yours. >> she was a close family friend. >> did you know about this violence? >> you know, many of her friends knew kind of towards the end. she had done some things. she had had a restraining order. sadly once we thought things were moving on in a different direction, it took a turn for the worst. >> this is one story but there's hundreds of other stories just like your friend jenny bates. so the walk is to draw attention to domestic violence and raise funds. >> absolutely. we partnered with national network to end domestic violence. nnedv. the money raised goes toward the organization and the trust fund. >> what time does i
are open, not too bitsy out of dale city. 41miles per hour as you continue out of woodbridge headed towards newington. thafng will slow up towards 395. your land are open continuing from the capital beltway out towards duke street. no incidents to report at this time. traffic flowing freely in the hov land as well headed northbound out towards the 14th street bridge. that's a check of your fox 5 on-timetraffic. etraffic. >>> a heads up now for drivers in frederick, maryland. starting today, new speed cameras will be set up along three work zones. construction on the motor avenue bridge over route 15, widening of motor avenue and possum up two pike. the speed limit is 55 miles per hour and violate ires on could face fines up to $40. >>> in the district, resident are sounding off about speed camera fines. neighbors gathered at a meeting in ward seven last night. >> i'm not even making that much money that i can afford $120 to $250. >> give them a ticket. i beg for a camera. we're begging for more. >> council members have started a discussion about possibly lowering the fines. >> a lot of peo
woodbridge and through springfield. a live look there on the northbound side of i-95. at least the lanes are open. no accidents to report up to the 14th vote bridge. i'll be back -- 14th street bridge. i'm be back with more. >>> summer is over for students across northern virginia it is back to school. >> it is indeed. that means traffic is going to abmajor issue for every-- to be a major issue for everyone in the region. kristin fisher is live to talk more about that. good morning, kristin. >> reporter: good morning. before students here at south county middle school get to enjoy their brand new building, a beautiful school by the way, before they can enjoy that first they have to get here which is me small feat on a day that's been nicknamed terrible traffic tuesday. summer is over. people are going back to work, kids going back to school. what this essentially means is this is now a return to the worst traffic in the entire country. sounds pretty terrible, right? here's what you can expect on the roads today according to aaa. 2.8 million commuters in the d.c. area. about a million stu
any big complaints to tell you about. northbound i-95 things look good. dale city to woodbridge across the river here into springfield. we'll take a live look right now and show what you it looks like there coming up from route 644 to the beltway. again, just a bit of volume but no big delays right now, main and hov lanes. let's go back over to the maps this time to the other side of town. inbound dulles toll road. no delays coming in from sterling. same thing 066. we'll -- on 66. we'll go to the roosevelt bridge. 66 looks great heading into the downtown area. i'll be back with more traffic coming up at 5:09. back to you, mike and andrea. >> thank you, monika. >>> president obama called the presidents of libya and egypt and urged them to help protect american diplomats. this as some brand new protests were reported within the last hour outside the american embassy in yemen. >> the first series of protests for state -- four state department workers were killed including u.s. ambassador christopher stevens. kristin fisher is in our satellite center with more on that investigation and the
and northbound on i-95 the. as you come up from dale city to woodbridge, up into springfield, the lanes are open. and no problems on 395. we'll take a live look first there on the northbound side where you can see that traffic is very light. there's no one there. no hov restrictions by the way in maryland or virginia except on route 50 as you come in on route 50. you will have hov restrictions in maryland. here's what it looks like inside the beltway on 66. no issues to report as you head for the roosevelt bridge. we want to let you know that metro, by the way, opens at 7:00 a.m. i'll be back with more traffic at 5:09. >>> rain fell across our area last night, but those storms caused serious problems in some spots. >> sort of the usual suspects here, too. firefighters even had to rescue some stranded people in a part of northwest washington that seems to flood almost every time it rains. kristin fisher is live in the bloomingdale neighborhood with a look at how things are looking now. good morning, kristin. >> reporter: good morning. much better than last night, i'll tell you that much. last nig
of aquia harbor toward dumfries and woodbridge. we'll take another live look if you're planning to head south over on the wilson bridge, no problems through alexandria and springfield. i'll be back with more traffic coming up at 6:11. back to you. >> thank you, monika. >>> tonight former president bill clinton takes center stage at democratic national convention. last night it was the first lady in the spotlight. >> she tried to sell the american people on the idea that her husband deserves a second term. kristin fisher is live with more on the dnc which is in charlotte. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. michele obama was certainly the star on opening night, but there were also two big name politicians from our area. former virginia governor tim kaine and maryland governor martin o'malley. the first lady, she never mentioned romney by name. that wasn't her job. she was focusing on her husband. but governor o'malley, he had no problem attacking the republican ticket. listen. >> mitt romney and paul ryan now say they want to take america back. and we have to ask, back to what? back
with information should call montgomery county police. >>> rebuilding the holy acres community in woodbridge, virginia is now on the fast- track. nearly a dozen families will move back in soon thanks to a big round of help from volunteers. people from project mend a house rehabbed some of the mobile homes wednesday. holy acres you may remember was nearly wiped off the map during tropical storm lee last year. >>> it is 6:06. jessica doyle is watching your money and your jobs. >> talk about the presidential election is all about jobs. the unemployment report is coming out. what would you expect? >> probablyemployers probably added about 120,000 jobs. it would keep the current rate at 8.3%. roughly 12.8 million americans remain unemployed. the august jobs report also critical one since the federal reserve meets less than a week later focusing in on the state of the job market. but some occupations are doing very, very well right now. according to our partners at career builder, job listings are up 74% year over year for software engineers. you can thank all the smart devices and the internet. c
quantico. into dale city north of the rest area and heading through woodbridge, all lanes are open. overnight accident southbound 95 near the rapahannock has been cleared. if you're traveling on 66 so far so good. volume has been light front royal into falls church. no issues to deal with right now as you head in towards the roosevelt bridge. the earlier crash from 110 had been cleared from the roadway. back to you. >> thank you, ma'am. >>> redskins celebrate the end of the n.f.l. referees lockout. >> and despite a shaky start, nats pitcher gio gonzalez gets another win. highlights coming up in sports. >> let's do another look at the question of the day. here it is. this activity has declined by 89% since the 1950's. is it a, reading the newspaper, b, taking a bath, or c, writing a letter? >> our facebook friend jolene thinks the answer is b, taking a bath. it's quick and more convenient to take a shower. >> we'll be right back. >>> welcome back. 5:21. your weather first. most of the rain from the west side of metro is gone. howard county, northern charles county, we'll watch. by 9
-- whacky about it lucky. from woodbridge to the owk quan river -- occoquan river, all your lanes are open. let's take a live look into the downtown area across pennsylvania avenue. no issues here. near the willard hotel. nonavenue near wheeler, you want to watch out for police activity. that will be shut down in both directions throughout the morning rush hour. so plan accordingly there. let's go back over to our maps. this time all the way to northern montgomery county coming in from rockville on 270. burtonsville route 29. the beltway as you travel through silver spring into bah these today, all lanes are open -- into bethesda, all lanes are open. and the west side of town same story. lanes are open. more coming up at 5:09. >> thanks, monika. >>> the stormy weather cleared out. >> but there are spots of serious damage scattered around the d.c. area. 9news now reporter kristin fisher is live with more where she had a surprise drop-in at that home. >> reporter: that's right. this neighborhood in cheverly was really one of the hardest hit in yesterday's storms. lots of trees down all over
, a sniper, who lives in woodbridge. news4's jackie bensen has more on where the suspect could be hiding. >> reporter: even as funeral services were being held in rural new york state for victim keith reed, police in prince william county, virginia, continued to search for his suspected killer. investigators believe 42-year-old father of four anthony robert taglianetti, known as rob, drove from his home in woodbridge, 400 miles to shi talk wa, county, new york, and allegedly murdered the school superintendent. reed was found dead monday in a wooded area near his home. police say they do not believe the murder was related to his job as school superintendent of a 400-plus school system. >> this individual was -- wanted to do harm to mr. reed. >> reporter: rode, who became superintendent just last november, was an acquaintance of taglianetti's wife. reed was divorced but neighbors in the rural town of clymer where he lived said he had spoken of a fiancee with young children who lived several hours away. >> we are actively looking for this individual. to pick him up for questioning. and we c
will bet that the is one car on the gold in woodbridge. >>> as a good time of reopening of five the cockpit in the meantime used alternate bridges. there is one car on highway 237. the quiet on the gun and a glitch. i'm still living for ecology come through. >>> the track to finish the with your foot work on the dumbarton bridge tomorrow. were the reasons the budget is on schedule is because it's the same work they did over memorial day weekend >>> the with the concrete structures made the steal. where to put a seismic jordashot withe to me. >>> the dumbarton bridge is rescheduled to be opened by 5:00 tomorrow morning. in sentences scope fremont street is so close as well. this is part of the new transit center prepared the also installing a temporary bridge to help keep traffic moving as the continued to look. >>> of federal and state courts and offices are closed on labor day. that also goes for post offices and banks. if you're taking public transit and aware that the opera and on sunday schedules. as for driver's his regular enforcement for parking meters in 7 cisco. >>> to be clear lan
shelter perhaps you could help. >>> what made it 7 you're a beagle jump off a 135 woodbridge. >>> live pictures of a shuttle endeavor. this in houston tx before takeoff on its final flight to california,,,,,,,,,,, >>> flagons of the autumn move food festival in chandigarh should be a beautiful sight to see it. 65 degrees a mile. >>> a live look across the golden did cliff should. the wind change trucks trying to get more stuff and lanes open on the bridge. >>> to this is your last chance to help some animals in need of a temporary home. motion at the end for a few weeks what crews or replace the floor as good a force to become a during construction of the animals will need a home. >>> but have no idea how warranty frontally home for 30 to pay the animals once hard to find homes for students and puppies and the command good >>> to visit lasted for adoptions. >>> and people jumped off a bridge on the delaware river and lives he got lost during a walk that and ended up on the to help up. it had a plus be done. >>> there is nothing to be said of and it's a miracle. how does a dog jump from
. president obama: i'm barack obama and... i approve this message. >> and the owner of a woodbridge beauty shop is under arrest night, accused of sexually assaulting a 17-old girl who was applying for a job. he took a teenager to a back room and inappropriately touched her. she was able to get away and call authorities. he is now in jail sarge -- charged with sexual battery. >> d.c. authorities are asking for help finding a man who may be in danger. he was last seen at 9:00 in washington. he is 59 and may have been driving a champagne-colored toyota with d.c. tags. they asked if you see him to give police a call. >> a pretty nasty trick is what the fbi is calling a hoax that sent a plane back to the airport. philadelphia police got a call a male passenger attempted to slip by with a dangerous substance and board a flight to texas. investigators figured out who the man was and forced the plane back to the airport. the plane was evacuated but the bomb squad found nothing in the passenger was interviewed. the fbi announced it was all a hoax. >> it doesn't take a rocket scientist
at tonight. you can also check out the full wjla.com. >> a nationwide manhunt is underway before woodbridge man wanted in the killing of a new school superintendent. t a 51-year-old keith lead several times. body was found outside his home several days later. >> we did your something that sounded like gunshots. >> police say they knew each other, but police have identified a motive and they are not disclosing it. the marine veteran is considered armed and dangerous. he is believed to be driving a 2003 buick century. >> in just under an hour, a be held for the monday in a car crash. the 16-year-old was on his way when the car in which hit a tree.g he died at the scene. sister was seriously injured. person was not heard. the vigil will take place at the liberty high school football game. >> less than 40 days until the presidential election. the next big event for the debatetes, their first on wednesday. final practices are under way. campaign isney set expectations low the debate. >> we've now seen both camps down their own skills and complement the others. there is a lot riding on that night
open today in woodbridge adding 700 new spaces. it is across from the largest commuter lot on it -- in the state, there at horner road. >> let's get a check of the evening's traffic situation. hi. >> leon, this is the inner loop, slow traffic actually barely moving past old georgetown road with an accident. some lanes closed. an accident on the outer loop near university blvd.. that is cleared. there are lanes coming not from prince george's county. moderate delays going up into frederick county. springfield also looking good. 95 southbound, slow traffic briefly across the occoquan, moving into dumfries as well. back to you. >> all right chris thank you so much. still ahead on abc 7 news at 5:00 the birthday of the best known breakfast sandwich. the mclaughlin -- mcmuffin. and a book from a navy seal who helped to take down osama bin laden. sfx: sounds of marching band and crowd cheering sfx: sounds of marching band and crowd cheering so, i'm walking down the street, x: sounds of marching band and crowd cheering just you know walking, sfx: sounds of marching band and
-old anthony kaglianetti of woodbridge killed a man in new york last week. police say the two knew each other but would not release a possible motive for the attack. taglianetti isonsidered armed and dangerous. >>> a man faces jail after he admits he tried to extort money from robert griffin iii. he contacted rg3's agents earlier this year and said he had information that would damage his reputation and wanted $1 million in exchange for his silence. police arrested hurd. he pled guilty to extortion charges and will be arrested in november. >>> starting today, d.c. police will relaunch their breath alcohol test after a two-year hiatus. trained officers will use calibrated meters to test drivers' blood alcohol content. d.c. police stopped that program two years ago when a contractor found the machines were not working properly. on top of the new meters, officers will still continue to do the standard field sobriety tests. >>> if you're planning to take metro this weekend, expect some delays. starting tonight, crews will be working on track improvements on 4 of the 5 lines. on the red line, trai
leave dale city toward woodbridge. the brake lights for this begin closer to route 44, it is bunching up for the beltway. we'll go back to the maps. this time head to 270 on the southbound side. you see all the yellow leaving frederick. it is going to be off and on as you leave clarksburg. the length to 121. i'll be back with more traffic coming up at 6:11. >>> sad news this morning. this is something parents of young children you might want to find a way to tell them this yourselves. people at the national zoo are in mourning. >> and that is because the newborn panda cub has died. kristen fisher is life at the zoo with what happened. >> reporter: so sad. what a difference a week can make. you know last night this is what we know now. last night the zoo's pathology team performed their version of an autopsy on this panda cub. we are expecting to get the preliminary results from that at around 10:00 this morning. but by all accounts, from what we can tell at this point in time, it is a very healthy panda cub. there were no signs of visible trauma, of disease or illness. nothing to indicat
at the potomac national stadium in woodbridge. how mitt romney's 47% remarks are impacting decisions of area voters. >> help me in joining and welcoming our president, the president of all america. >> reporter: from the introduction on, this rally for president barack obama put a spotlight on republican challenger mitt romney's secretly recorded comments that hit the headlines earlier this week. in a chat with donors, romney said 47% of americans would vote for president obama automatically, because they were dependent on government and saw themselves as victims. >> i don't believe we can get very far with leaders who write off half the nation as a bunch of victims. i don't see a lot of victims in this crowd today. i see hard-working virginians. >> reporter: while the president was looking out over a crowd of more than 10,000, it's smaller than the tens of thousands that came to his prince william county four years ago. gop elected leaders take heart in what they see as the campaign for romney. >> i think it's a positive indication for republicans, and a bad indication for barack obama. he's
telling thu all morning. through woodbridge right now you're still okay through the occoquan river. a bit of volume forming here in springfield. let's show what you it looks like on the northbound side. yesterday of course was labor day and it was much lighter than this. so keep that in mind. tack on at least an extra 5 to 10 minutes to your commute this morning. let's take another look at our maps. this time we'll go to the bw parkway and route 50 through cheverly. you'll be okay. no problems on route 50 coming in from annapolis to the beltway and the prince george's county side of the beltway is incident free right now. here's 270 southbound coming down from father hurley down to the point where the lanes divide. right now no delays. i'll be back at 5:09. >> thank you, monika. >>> the final counties in northern virginia that didn't start classes last month are kicking off the 2012-2013 school year this morning. >> which includes fairfax county, the area's largest school system. kristin fisher is live in lorton with more on the traffic mess that people can expect this morning. hey, indus
bit of traffic now to the triangle but still good to woodbridge and the occoquan river. one more last live lock outside in centreville, inbound 66 still looking good to fairfax and the beltway. i'll be back at 5:38. >>> see you then monika. thank you. in campaign 2012 this morning after mitt romney spent basically much of the week explaining a video from a private fundraiser now comes is misstep from president obama. >> it came yesterday in florida. the president was speaking as a spanish forum. his republican challenger appeared at the same event on wednesday. president obama was talking about how to do things differently inside the beltway. >> you can't change washington from the inside. you can only change it from the outside. >> he said he can't change washington from inside. he can only change it from outside. well, we're going to give him that chance in november. >> florida is a key state with its 28 electoral votes but president obama is headed back to northern virginia today. he has a stop in woodbridge before heading to ohio. mitt romney will be campaigning in nevada. >>> jus
assumed it was a family business. >> residence in the picturesque estate in woodbridge were aware of the home day care being run across the street. but they had no idea of the of the operation police say two sisters, anila and rabiya qayyum were running behind closed doors. >> i had no idea children were being neglected. >> is disturbing. >> acting on a tip, police paid the house a visit on tuesday. what they found -- 21 kids under the age of four. seven of them were infants. they were strapped to car seats some in closets, another in a bathroom. all of them reckless -- flagrant cases of endangerment. >> is very sad. >> 8 employee of the child development center -- she would know. >> a provider was unlicensed with 21 children in their home. that was very shocking to me. >> nobody answered at the home. one neighbor said she would be horrified to hear her son was treated that way and would probably not have left her in the home in the first place. >> you need to the -- do your research before you leave your kids with anybody. >> prince william county police found that anita qayyum d
high of 82. upper northwest d.c., no rain to speak of in woodbridge, 77 after a high of 81. temperatures are unbelievable. looks great for september. if you are looking for cooler air, head out to western maryland. syracuse right now at 67. look at the milder air building across parts of the midwest. this will slowly move in our direction and by midweek, our temperatures will be back into the lower and middle '80s. compared to yesterday at this time when we have a cold front that moved through, we are 10 degrees warmer. we lost about 25 degrees and the matter of one hour yesterday as a cold front charged off toward the east. you can see it is now well offshore. that influence their day for today, tomorrow and for the week. it looks like our next best chance of showers will, until the end of the upcoming weekend. these guys are beginning to clear to the rest of us -- to the west of us. plenty of sunshine for the next 40 minutes or so. look for mainly clear skies overnight. temperatures in the '50s. we could see forties' out to the west. warming up nicely in t
in the mid 50s. woodbridge va. now at 74 degrees. winds around four or 5 miles per hour. and our final stop, d.c. looking at 78 degrees. tartars across-the-board -- 75 in martinsburg. 75 manassas. 74 quantico. you can see where the cold front is located. this will be a weather front maker tomorrow evening. this all moves our way in the next 24 hours. we may see a straight shower late tomorrow afternoon into the evening hours. i do not expect anything to become severe or strong. the cold front is just now passing through minneapolis. the showers beginning to dry out. high pressure over head. that moves off the coast. temperatures just slightly above average for this time of year. absolutely nothing to speak of on the doppler radar. not a whole lot. here is our futurecast. daytime highs around 80 degrees. it will call into the 60s. -- it will cool into the 60s. by saturday afternoon everything clears on out of here. and a pretty nice weekend ahead. forecast for today, 78 to 83. nighttime lows, 545 t 65o . mostly sunny tomorrow, temperatures around 80. the extended outlook shows cooler drier a
to fairfax, and woodbridge. also moving over the metro d.c. area and the beltway. heaviest rain there a. lolong eisenhower. and heavier rain. north of leesburg, route 15 and 287. d.c., get ready for round two. another round of heavier rain, unfortunately is moving in your direction. and off to the west, we still have tropical showers coming down out towards warrenton, fred rick, and winchester. coming up i will pinpoint details of your labor day forecast. i will tell you how much more rain we are expecting and how many more days this event is expected to last. hint, it is not ending any time soon. jen. back to you. >> i hear you, kim. all right. president obama will travel to louisiana tomorrow. to get a firsthand look at damage caused by hurricane isaac. more than 200,000 people across the state are still without power in the aftermath of that storm. several communities are still under several feet of waltter. army corps of engineers is looking if the upgrade after katrina caused flooding in other areas. before heading to louisiana, the president continued his campaign push in colorado
in woodbridge just minutes ago. police are telling us two men broke into a home off bellmawr drive, stabbed the homeowner and stole his car. police are looking for an older-model, white, buick regal sedan. this video shows the car swerving in and out of traffic before hitting the guardrail and then slaing into another car. three suspects inside making a run for it here. this happened off i-95 in florida. the men were arrested. police believe the trio may be connected to several burglaries in the area. >> more than 300 police officers are off the street ins montgomery county. inspections are being done to check out a potential steering problem. there have been two cases in which steering failed in a car. crown vics make up a third of the montgomery county fleet. they expect to complete the rest of the inspections. >> i-66 tomorrow, a change to the highway has drivers literally seeing red. that color is supposed to alert drivers using those part-time lanes. during rush hours, drivers are a l allowed to use the shoulder as an extra lane. some drivers cut in early. color changes are supposed to
community in woodbridge, virginia, is on a fast track. nearly a dozen families will move back in thanks to the help of some volunteers. people from project mend a house were able to make repairs on wednesday. holy acres was nearly wiped off the -- holly acres was nearly wiped off the map last year by tropical storm lee. >>> montgomery county police are releasing a picture of one of three people they say is behind vandalism and theft in the damascus, maryland area. this is one of the suspects that police believe stole items from cars and damaged vehicles. the photo shows that the suspect is trying to find unlocked car doors. this happened last weekend in the plantations two neighborhood. anyone with information should call montgomery police. >>> former baltimore ravens owner art modell is being remembered as one of the most influential n.f.l. owners in history. he died in baltimore at the age of 87. modell had been in declining health for the past few years. the former n.f.l. owner was vilified in cleveland after moving the old cleveland browns to baltimore back in 1996. the team was ren
yesterday. southbound i-95 not looking bad at all. things are looking great from triangle to woodbridge. the construction southbound after route 17 is in place, stay to the right to get by. you might find a minor delay there. northbound i-95 if you are planning to head northbound 95, no issues to report as you travel up. no problems in springfield. >>> also want to let you know, a serious accident on the ramp from northbound route 450 to eastbound 50 that has been cleared up. it was a fatal accident from overnight. let's take another live look outside this time on 270. all lanes are open, i will be back at 4:30. >>> thank you monika. redskins fans and football fans everywhere are talking about the performance of robert griffin iii. the rookie lived up to the cap stations. >> that is not easy for a fan to say. he looked like a seasoned veteran, calm, collected, great decisionmaking and go pierre bar son proved -- proved to be the pick. in the end the new look redskins stunned the saints 40-32, to win the season opener. >> the loudest place i have ever played in. why not? it is new orlean
, charges against two women accused of running an illegal day care in woodbridge. they're accused of keeping seven babies strapped in their car seat. some of them left in a closet in the bathroom. a neighbor who works in child development at quantico is horrified. >> to hear something like that is very shocking. >> investigators say most of the children were not adequately supervised. >> luxury labels like chanel for sale in the back room of a hair salon. officers say she had $20,000 worth of stolen goods set out like a boutique. they believe she placed orders with professional thieves to steal exactly what she wanted. officers claim she sold the goods at full price. >> for the second time in the past week, a rabid beaver has cast fear. this latest incident happened saturday in springfield. 15 children were walking near a pond when suddenly a beaver came out of the water and lunged at a 4-year-old girl. nobody was bitten. >> the beaver was just kind of walking around. it didn't seem to be doing anything at all. just hanging out. and then she shot it. >> this is the second time a rabid beaver
in duple fridayings and police say they have now tracked down the driver. it's a relative from woodbridge and now he is charged with child neglect and drunken driving. >> one week ago today, hurricane isaac made land fall in louisiana and now we are getting the first official damage numbers from that storm. louisiana's office of emergency preparedness says isaac damaged 13,000 homes in the state. but a spokeswoman says that number can still grow because the assessment teams are blocked. now that is also keeping the power crews from getting the light back on. 38,000 homes are without electricity and 1300 people are stuck in shelters. >> and the remnants of isaac giving us a chance for more rain and storms. we have a yellow alert for the rest of today. anything we need to worry about tonight? >> a couple showers and storms west of us. it's some kind of tropical out here and courtesy of what is left of isaac. let's start with the radar and we'll lack at showers and storms now out southwest of romney. well west of 81. we'll watch these overnight. some showers and thunderstorms. we'll zoom
hours of the monday morning. they tracked down the driver, a relative from woodbridge. he is now charged with child neglect and drunk driving. >>> a 15-year-old in maryland accused of shooting a classmate on the first day of school has now been indicted. robert gladden junior was indicted on nine counts of attempted murder, first degree assault and reckless endangerment. he facials two handgun charges. -- faces two handgun charges. he fired two rounds from a shotgun at perry hall high school. a 17-year-old was critically injured. >>> democrats launched their convention tonight with an appeal by the first lady to keep her husband in office and an evening of attacks on mitt romney. gary nurenberg watched it and is here with the excerpts. gary. >> reporter: it was the first lady who talked about women's rights, her admiration of military families and a man who she says truly cares. a week ago ann romney talked about bad apartments and eating on an ironing board. the first lady had similar stories. >> he was still the guy that picked me up on a date in a car that was so rusted out, i could
and south of woodbridge. good news, it should stay away from the nats game tonight. currently, temperatures, we're going to throw that 93 out. 84 in bethesda. 85 in vienna. 84 in fairfax. still 89 in college park. 86 over in bowie. headlines, well, still tropical and still unsettled. a few storms early tonight. odd favorite in the nats game. did hit 90 today. the morning commute, i guess some good news. will be dry on thursday. for tonight, early heavy thunderstorm possible. muggy, 68 to 74. likely to see patchy fog after midnight. tomorrow morning, partly sunny, very warm and humid. you'll need your sunglasses. temperatures in the 70s and 80s. it will feel worse than that by lunchtime. by afternoon, partly sunny, hot and humid. some could be hefty. high temperatures again around 90. next three days, we'll keep tomorrow code yellow with a threat of storms. 90. then just an isolated storm on friday. we'll go back to code green. 91. and some storms on saturday. that's good news. we'll go back to code yellow. you may have to change your plans on saturday. temperatures in the upper 80s. the goo
and will be broadcast online. he'll then attend an event at a private event in tampa. tomorrow he'll visit woodbridge, virginia. this trip comes as the president is trying the take advantage of some new poll numbers that show his job approval rating at its highest number in five months. 56% of voting age adults approve of the job the president is doing. that's the best number since just after the death of osama bin laden in may of 2011, but the race to the white house is still a statistical dead heat with the president and mitt romney being separated by only one percentage point. >>> today on capitol hill, the house government reform committee will hold a hearing on operation fast and furious. the meeting comes after justice departments inspector general released a report citing poor management of the risky gun graphicing probe. atf agents let the weapons be smuggled into mexico, but few weapons were ever recovered and two turned up at a shootout where u.s. border patrol agent was killed. the report says there was no evidence attorney general eric holder knew about the risky operation. two high ranki
of a woodbridge man wanted in the murder of a man in new york. we are hearing more from the estranged wife of anthony robert taglianetti. >> after a nationwide manhunt. anthony robert taglianetti is now in police custody. >> i can tell you he is a very controlling man at. >> she pleaded for privacy for her family, claiming she and her husband had separated and said this about the outcome. >> [indiscernible] >> he is accused in the december 1 shooting death of a school superintendent outside his home in western new york. >> we heard something that sounded like gunshots. >> authorities have not released a motive, but sources say that they met on-line during an earlier period of separation. police suspect that he drove it to new york to confront him after finding those messages. >> we have uncovered messages to suggest he formed this when he left. >> police say that they tracked the cell phone back to virginia. on friday, a u.s. marshal and a harrisonburg officers bothered his vehicle. >> the deputy held the shotgun. >> she snapped these pictures from her driveway. after he was taken into cus
in woodbridge and took another swipe at mitt romney's secretly-taped fund raising remarks. >> i don't believe we can get very far with leaders who write off half the nagsz tion as a bu of victims. i don't see a lot of victims in this crowd. >> election day is still 46 days away and some virginia voters are already casting their bal t ballots. absentee voting in virginia started today. >>> a guy in new york with serious injuries. he was mauled by a tiger at the bronx zoo. the man jumped from a monorail train to get inside the tiger exhibit. emergency workers say one of the tigers attacked him. they had to use a fire extinguisher to get the animal off of him. the man reportedly suffered puncture wounds to his back and broke his ankle and his arm. police and zoo officials are investigating why he did that. >> in maryland, a riverdale man is facing charges for stalking a girl. narcissa bonilla has been stalking the girl for days. one time, she was so frightened, she ran to a local fire station for help. he was arrested today after an undercover sting. >> a deadly accident in annondale. an 89-year-o
are told at this hour, york are onin new way to woodbridge, virginia, looking for this former marine who lives in this zone. we are told he is accused of murder. lives in this home. neighbors have not seen him or for days. 42-year-old anthony taglianetti living here with his family. the male was stacking up. >> he is a former marine sniper. >> this woman is afraid to show since there's a manhunt for her neighbor, who appears to be the average husband and father of four. >> we used to see the kids outside all the time. of the ordinary, but police believed the drove to and shotew york friday reed multiplete times. .> my children loved mr. reed >> the body was found outside the victim's home three days later. >> we did hear something that gunshots and heard male voices for a moment. >> police believe the suspect to virginia. cracks armed and dangerous. >> you never expect it to be so close to home. so you lock up and wait for e.ings to be don >> we can tell you the family parked out front. police are not telling us where wife and kids are. they're not talking about a motive. john gonzalez r
in woodbridge. it's not related to the president's visit nearby. a and other anti-american protest overseas, 15 people dead after police opened fire on rioters in pakistan. they had set fire to a cinema. earlier today, police fired tear gas into crowds in several cities after protesters began throwing rocks at officers. another milestone in the war in afghanistan. the u.s. troops third is over. the last of those forces have left the battlefield and the country. their goal was to stabilize the country's sole u.s. and international trainers could develop afghan security forces. that still leaves 68,000 american troops in afghanistan. coming up on abc 7 news at noon a story that will touch your heart. the special gift one foundation is giving to a child suffering from a brain tumor. troubling times for [ male announcer ] with ultra-filtered water from the first hands-free system, and micro-climate controls powered by twinchill technology, the new ge french door refrigerator puts fresh in a whole new light. come see the new ge french door refrigerator for yourself a
. the president is speaking now in woodbridge, virginia. he was talkingbout those remarks by mitt romney, the 47%. he said doesn't pay taxes in a country. let's listen to the president now. we have the best colleges and universities in the world. there isn't a country in the thaert wouldn't trade places with the united states of america. so the path i'm offering may be harder, but it leads to a better place. i'm offering a five-point plan to create jobs and grow the middle class and rebuild the economy on a stronger foundation. so let me break it down in case you guys missed the convention. just in case. or just in case you only saw michelle. number one, i want to export more products and outsource fewer jobs. in the last two and a half years we created more than half a million new manufacturing jobs in this country. now you have a choice. we can build on that progress or we can do what the other folksment to do and give more tax breaks to companies that ship jobs overseas. we can continue to see outsourcing, or we can do some insource and reward companies that open new plants and train new work
in woodbridge, virginia. police say the two men broke into the victim's home, stabbed him and stole his car. the victim was flown to a nearby trauma center. his condition is still unknown right now. >>> happening overnight, a 16- year-old is shot in the district. this occurred in the 200 block of the 37th street southeast around 1 charleston 30 this morning. police tell us the victim was shot in the stomach. he is expected to survive. no word right now on any suspects. >>> prince george's county police are on the hunt for a suspect accused of killing a central high school student. >> the 18-year-old was walking to class yesterday morning when he was shot. melanie alnwick is live in the victim's neighborhood this morning at the victim's school with the details on the investigation. what is the latest? >> reporter: good morning. unfortunately, there isn't a lot of information here the police have to go on. the school community is just stunned by the murder of a central high school junior, marckel ross. his body was found not far from here along a well traveled sidewalk about halfway between h
. and that is moving over to prince william county and do dunphries, dale city, woodbridge and places like that and over across the river and if it holes together, it will cross over the river into southern county and parts of prince georges county and listen. in terms of where we have been, look at the temperatures in the mid- to upper 80s and that doesn't tell the whole story and this is up to 74 degrees, oppressively humid out there and the feel's like temperature is 92 in up to and in monasses for now, feels like 96 and you will cool off. again, be patient. there is some good stuff around the corner. >> thank you, see you soon. >>> remember, you can check the weather any time with the fox 5 weather app. download it on your droid, iphone or. >> i joy pad and find it on the website, www.myfoxdc.com. >>> apparently old oil is walk up on the shores in louisiana after hurricane isaac and officials are new testing the oil to see if it's left over from the bp oil spill. there was a large matte of tar on one beach and concentrations of tar balls on nearby beaches. the officials say it's too ea
woodbridge and again as you leave norton, newington and springfield. off and on brake lights to 395. on the inbound side of 66, normal slow stuff out of centreville and fairfax. i'll be back with more on that incident in silver spring at 6:25. >>> big congratulations to one of our facebook regulars terry mohan, the first winner of the gas card giveaway. we randomly select a fan who correctly answered the question to our question of the day. let's get today's question. here we go. 12% of men admit to doing one of these things at a wedding. it's 12% of men. is it a, drinking too much, b, checking the score of a game, or c, falling asleep? >> facebook friend ed writes i've never gotten drunk at a wedding. now a reception, a different story. i say c, falling asleep. >> keep the guesses coming. you could win a $50 gas card. we'll have the answer at 6:48. stay with us. chase freedom gives you 5% cash back? at restaurants now... bon appÉtit guys, enjoy. activate your 5% cash back at chase.com/freedom >>> welcome back. 6:22 this thursday morning. a touch of fog in frederick and toward the
of five children at a hem in woodbridge. but child protective services found 21 children inside. some were in closets and bathrooms strapped in car seats. qayyum and her sister are each facing seven counts each of reckless childen dangerment. >>> police are searching for the gunman who shot a man in the stomach on the campus of morgan state university yesterday. shooting happened just before 5:00 p.m. last night. the victim was shot inside a bathroom in the student cent are. police say neither the victim or suspect were students at the school. >>> also making headline this morning, the campaign trail leads to virginia once again today with plans for several high-profile stops. >> a ledgened remembered. how the nation will remember the life of the late neil armstrong later on today. fox 5 morning news is back. [ male announcer ] for the dreamers... and those well grounded. for what's around this corner... and the next. there's cash flow options from pnc. solutions to help businesses like yours accelerate receivables, manage payments, and help ensure access to credit. because we know how imp
:00. then on friday, he'll hold a grass roots rally at the stadium in woodbridge. has the home of potomac nationals. tickets are needed to get in. you can pick them up for free at the stadium or president's campaign offices in woodbridge and mas that sac. >> mana manassas. >> the chief at the center of the investigation speaks out about the event that terrorized our area. >> don't say we didn't warn you. get ready for the awful, nasty, really gross looking stink bugs. >>> can sex offenders live near schools? what about bus stops? i'm peggy fox with new concerns out there. i have some answers for you coming up. >>> right now, the chicago teacher's union is meeting trying to figure out whether they will end their strike. the union kept up the ticket line because it hadn't had a chance for all debt tails. that put parents in a bind. >> could your child school bus stop be near a registered sex offender's home? a mom in arlington county called with that concern because she had been felt ignored by school officials. arlington school officials move thad bus stop and as peggy fox reports, another loca
woodbridge headed across the occoquan. that's a check of your fox 5 on-time traffic. >>> drivers need to watch out if another kind of camera in d.c. now. i know. i know. stop sign cameras. police chief cathy lanier says the city is adding about a dozen stop sign cameras to catch drivers who don't come to a complete stop. the cameras will be in mace by december. it will be a 30-day grace period in which they will issue warnings. after that, drivers will be fined. i'm just the messenger, folks. i'm just the messenger. >>> all right. well, police have released a new clue as they try to track down a gunman who robbed two people inside a church saturday. take a look at this surveillance video. we are told that is the suspect running across the street and following a man inside st. steven's church in northwest. police say he held up the victims moments later. fox 5's karen gray houston has the story. >> st. steven and the incarnation episcopal church on newton street northwest is an activist congregation known for its good works. >> it has i agreat tradition and great history of helping oth
on northbound i-95 very much below speed at this point continuing out of dale city through woodbridge in the main line continuing up towards the occoquan with no incidents to report at this time. heavy volume to accompany this drive north on i-95. not real had out of the ordinary but very much a slow go northbound i-59 dale city through woodbridge. traffic starting to stack up as you approach 295. traffic remains heavy leaving duke street out towards seminary road. top side of the beltway, the outer loop looks good. a lane open continuing over towards 270. northbound 301 at cedarville road, authorities have been september to check for a crash here. heads up headed north out of waldorf. that's a check of your fox 5 on-timetraffic. imetraffic. >> thank you. >>> a look at the morning's other top stories now. prince george's county police or the hunt for a suspect accused of murdering a capital heights teenager. 18-year-old marckel ross was walking to school along old central avenue yesterday morning when he was shot and killed. marckel was a junior at central high school and took the sam
in the battleground state of virginia for president obama. he'll be campaigning in woodbridge today. attending an event at the stadium. >> speaking with the spanish language network thursday, the president talked about the uncivil tone from both parties here in washington. >> the most important lesson i've learned is that you can't change washington from the inside. you can only change it from the outside. that's how i got elected. and that's how the big accomplishments like health care got done. was because we mobilized the american people to speak out. >> the president added he hopes to tackle immigration reform if elected to a second term. >>> republican mitt romney pounced on the president's change comment during that interview. here's what he said at a rally in sarasota, florida. >> i can change, washington, i will change washington, we'll get the job done from the inside. republicans and democrats will come together. he can't do it. his slogan was yes, we can. his slogan now is no. i can't. this is time for a new president. [ cheering and applause ] >> romney will campaign today in nevad
there heading into woodbridge with lanes open. you're watching 9news now. we've got more details coming up. stay with us. good morning. >>> happy friday. 6:29. this is the place where you can always get your weather first. >>> thank you for starting your morning with us. good morning. i'm andrea roane. >>> i'm mike hydeck. howard bernstein is on the weather terrace. he said some of the moisture is going to pull out. >> rains are pulling away. with breaks in the cloud cover, light winds and fog has formed especially southwest of d.c. sunrise 7:02 this morning. here's a look at day planner. you see some of the breaks in the cloud cover looking east this morning. we've got temperatures by lunch time in the mid-70s. maybe a stray shower then but likely to be late this afternoon, this evening when a few more showers and storms return with a high temperature around that 80-degree mark. fog a real problem out to the west now. manassas visibility a half mile. a quarter mile, excuse me. dulles and stafford a half mile. quarter in culpeper and petersburg a quarter there. were three and a half inches of ra
to deal with that one. once you're beyond that, a little yellow forming in woodbridge. we'll take you live to 395 northbound here at duke street. traffic moving well. this time we'll head over to the other side of town. no problems to report on 270 with the exception of the slow traffic and a live look outside once you're beyond 121, it looks like this at falls road to the point where the lanes divide. i'll be back with more coming up. mike and andrea? >> thanks, monika. we'll see you then. >>> this morning the news every football fan wants to hear. the regular refs will be back on the field tonight. >> just before midnight they announced a deal. kristin fisher is live outside of fed ex. good morning, kristin. >> reporter: good morning, andrea. finally, right? the next time the redskins play here at fed ex field, the real refs should be back on the field officiating the game but this is not a done deal just yet. this is only a tentative agreement that still needs to be ratified by the referees union over the weekend. but it is enough to get the real refs back on the field for tonight's gam
in woodbridge. the president also participated in an immigration forum. the president answered questions from the moderator and audience members. >> the issue here for voters, whose vision best represents the aspirations, not just of the latino community, but of all americans who believe that we are a nation of laws and a nation of immigrants? and that candidate, i believe, is talking to you right now. >> more than 20 million hispanic americans are expected to vote this year. >>> mitt romney will tout his economic plan in the state with the highest unemployment rate, nevada. the presidential nominee will hold a fund-raiser and a public rally in las vegas. he campaigned in florida yesterday, where he told supporters that president obama had given up on the job. >> we face a washington that's broken, that can't get the job done. the president threw in the white flag of surrender again. he said he can't change washington from the inside. he can only change it from outside. we're going to give him that chance in november. he's going outside. >> romney has some ground to make up in the key battleg
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